CareNow Urgent Care is currently seeking:
* Full Time and PRN Physicians to work within our brand new location in Brownsville, TX, opening in the summer of 2020.
Exceptional Urgent Care Opportunity in Brownsville, TX! Recognizing that primary care is rapidly moving toward an urgent care model, HCA's clinics allow primary care physicians the flexibility, convenience and work/life balance that an urgent care schedule can offer. CareNow Urgent Care is one of the area's leading providers of quality, caring, and convenient Outpatient Urgent and Primary care. We are a physician-driven company offering full time and part time opportunities that fit your career goals and your life. Enjoy the benefits of working in your own center without the administrative headaches. All business administration, human resources and marketing are handled by the CareNow Corporate Office, so physicians can focus on patient care, not paperwork.
With this, we are seeking Board Eligible or Board Certified Family Medicine, Med/Peds or Emergency Medicine physicians to join our team.
- Comfortable seeing ages 3 months and up
- Board Certified/Board Eligible
- Has or willing to obtain Texas State Medical Licensure
- Skills to perform patient treatment procedures for most acute illnesses or injuries to include: Pediatric & Adult Care; I&Ds; Suturing, etc.
Full Time Benefits Include:
- Competitive Compensation
- Quarterly Bonuses
- Flexible; Great Work/Life Balance
- Outpatient Only; No Hospital Rounds or ER Call
- Comprehensive Benefits Package
- PTO Including Paid Time Off for CME
With the Gulf of Mexico less than half an hour away, Brownsville offers a paradise and is one of the area's beloved treasures. Boca Chica beach offers miles of virgin shoreline and is one of Texas last undeveloped beaches. Enjoy a day of fishing, surfing or just plain good old fun and witness majestic sunsets as you relax in the warm gulf breeze.
As you enter Brownsville's Mitte Cultural District, you'll find many attractions and things to do within a four-block radius. The Brownsville Museum of Fine Art gives you a feel for the city's local art. Take a stroll through Gladys Porter Zoo, an oasis nested in the center of the Cultural District, and witness over 1,500 rare species of mammals, birds and reptiles as you explore this lush landscape filled with tropical plants. Also part of the district is the Old City Cemetery, Historic Brownsville Museum, Costumes of the Americas, and Children's Museum of Brownsville.
In the outskirts of the city you'll find the nationally recognized Palo Alto Battlefield site, which marked the start of the war between the United State and Mexico. Also visit the last battle of the Civil War at the Battle of Palmito Ranch, where weeks after the Confederate armies had surrendered at Appomattox Courthouse, Virginia, United States and Confederate forces clashed on the coastal plains east of the city.
The border culture comes alive with festivals and events throughout the year in Brownsville. Charro Days, a week-long fiesta, celebrates the long-time friendship between Brownsville and its sister city, Matamoros, Mexico.
With the concurrent Sombrero Festival and Mr. Amigo Association activities, fiesta-goers have live concerts with popular and Tejano music, a Jalapeño Eating Contest, Grito Contest, Tortilla Toss, local food, dances, and loads of fun. The CAF Air Fiesta brings vintage and military aircraft to the skies over Brownsville in March. A signature event in Brownsville is the annual Latin Jazz Festival in October, which features some of the best regional and national acts.